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Ana Isabel Martinez

CORRECTED-Mexico's next government starts oil contract reviews with Talos-led deal

Sep 20 2018

MEXICO CITY, Sept 18 Mexico's incoming government has begun its promised review of oil contracts, starting with a major project won by a consortium led by U.S.-based Talos Energy, the country's next energy minister said.

Mexico's state-run Pemex pauses light crude exports: data, source

Aug 30 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexico's state-run oil firm Pemex [PEMX.UL] has not exported light crude since May, according to a source and export data seen by Reuters on Thursday, as it gears up to process more of the oil at its domestic refineries.

Mexico-U.S. accords include Mexican auto export cap: sources

Aug 29 2018

WASHINGTON/MEXICO CITY The agreements struck between the United States and Mexico on trade would allow President Donald Trump to impose punitive "national security" tariffs of up to 25 percent on imports of Mexican-made cars, sport utility vehicles and auto parts above certain volumes, auto executives and other sources said.

Mexico business group unhappy about delay in oil auctions

Jul 19 2018

MEXICO CITY A decision to delay Mexican oil auctions until after the next president takes office does not augur well for opening the country's energy sector to private investment, the head of a major business association said on Thursday.

Help! Looking for jobs, money and justice, Mexicans petition new president

Jul 11 2018

MEXICO CITY Every day, dozens of people arrive to present Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador with scribbled notes and requests written on napkins at the office where he has installed himself before he assumes the presidency of Mexico in December.

Mexico president-elect strikes upbeat tone on Trump ahead of talks

Jul 10 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexico's incoming president on Tuesday thanked U.S. President Donald Trump for his "respectful attitude" toward the next Mexican administration and held out hope for joint progress on tackling illegal migration ahead of a major meeting this week.

Exclusive: Pensions and Pemex to figure in Lopez Obrador's Mexico plans

Jul 02 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexico's next president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, supports ideas such as creating a fiscal committee for prudent economic management, reforms of pensions and cost-cutting at state-owned oil firm Pemex, a senior aide told Reuters.

U.S. can sell pork to Mexico through import quota, despite tariffs: Mexico

Jun 08 2018

MEXICO CITY/DES MOINES, Iowa U.S. producers can sell pork legs and shoulders to Mexico via an import quota despite retaliatory measures taken this week after U.S. President Donald Trump imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum, the Mexican government said on Thursday.

Mexico could reach 2 mln bpd oil output by 2022 - minister

Jun 05 2018

MEXICO CITY, June 5 Mexican oil output could return to 2 million barrels per day by about 2022 if the next government pursues plans to auction off development blocs to private investors, Energy Minister Pedro Joaquin Coldwell said on Tuesday.

America Movil to launch new U.S. unit for business clients

Jun 05 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexican telecommunications company America Movil, controlled by the family of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, is launching a U.S.-based unit that will offer information technology and communications to business customers, according to a source and a document on the company's website.

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